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Re: [Linux-cluster] Colocation of cloned resource instances.



On 19 Feb 2014, at 1:49 am, Vallevand, Mark K <Mark Vallevand UNISYS com> wrote:

> So, if I really really want to do it, can I?
> I'm not being snarky.  I'd like to know if it's possible.

Fair enough. You possibly can if you set globally-unique=true for both clones.
But that has other drawbacks.

> 
> You are forcing me to think of a different solution to my cluster implementation.  Maybe that's good.

If you're thinking about giving special meaning to clone numbers, it almost certainly is :)
If you outline the problem you're trying to solve, perhaps someone here will have a suggestion. 

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> On 18 Feb 2014, at 8:32 am, Vallevand, Mark K <Mark Vallevand UNISYS com> wrote:
> 
>> I have 2 cloned resources.  I want to make sure that instance 0 of each cloned resource are collocated.  (And instance 1, 2, etc.)
> 
> Instance numbers are an implementation detail.  You're not supposed to care.
> 
>> 
>> I'd like to do something like this:
>>                crm configure colocation name INFINITY: a_clone:0 b_clone:0
>> Where a_clone is a clone of resource a, etc:
>> crm configure clone a_clone a meta clone-max=2
>> Same for b_clone and b.
>> A and b are primitives:
>>                crm configure primitive a .
>> 
>> Not having much luck.  Advice?
>> Tried using a_clone:0 and a:0 on the collocation command.
>> Is this even possible?
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